Comics, Movie, Review

Captain America: Civil War REVIEW

When news got out that Civil War got greenlit due to Batman Vs Superman, a film that was as dull as it was messy, it wasn’t a surprise that many grew worried about the reality of this massive clash of clans. Not only is the film a sequel to the Marvel magnum opus Winter Soldier but it’s also […]

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Music, Review, Tracks

TRACK REVIEW: Blink-182 – Bored To Death

How much of what makes blink-182 is still there? Just like the transhumanism question, many wonder if the band can still be what many fans fell in love with after the departure of founding member Tom DeLonge and subsequent addition of Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba. Now that we’ve got our first taste of the new […]

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Music, Review, Tracks

TRACK REVIEW: Electric Tiffany – Follow

Trying to blend electronic music with folk sounds like it would be a disaster. Already you’ve probably got an image in your subconscious of Calvin Harris wearing tweed and meddling with a banjo but thankfully Ayrshire newcomers Electric Tiffany have managed to avert this danger. Fronted by Finnish singer Liina Turtoten, it’s no surprise that […]

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TRACK REVIEW: SWAY – Blossom

Hailing from Glasgow, self professed shoegazers SWAY are emerging at a time where the Scottish music scene seems to be becoming even more diverse with various acts taking a page out of the reverb heavy books of DIIV and co. While this may be worrying at first, there are only so many all caps titled […]

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Music, News

Are You Satisfied? Slaves Second LP Almost Finished

After taking 2015 by storm with a “do something with your life” mantra on their debut LP, Kent duo Slaves are set to release a follow up very soon. Apologising about the last-minute cancellation of their Hairy Dog gig, which was set to take place tomorrow (April 28th), the band said on Facebook: we are […]

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Album, Music, Review

ALBUM REVIEW: HOVVDY – Taster

Blame my appreciation of anything the slightest bit moody or my unfiltered love of music that resembles American Football’s atmospheric debut but HOVVDY are without a doubt the best act to have came out in 2016 so far. While they’ve been creating tracks for two years now, the release of Taster, their debut album, the […]

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TRACK REVIEW: Pema – My Intentions Are Good

“Am I doing this right?” questions pop newcomer Pema, real name Alex Cohen, over a simple trumpet accompanied beat and, truth be told, she is. Having went from playing in the band Alex Napping to going solo, she’s swapped out indie rock for electro pop and on My Intentions Are Good, the transition has been fairly […]

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TRACK REVIEW: Pretty Citizens – Lost Control

Pretty Citizens are a pretty solid jack of all trades kind of band, especially upon the first listening of their latest single Lost Control, set to release on April 22nd. Slick, shoegaze dipped and seductive as fuck, the up and coming Nottingham act furnish this track with a groove that wouldn’t go amiss on a […]

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TRACK REVIEW: Vistas – Sign Language

Talk about a band living up to their name, eh? Edinburgh act Vistas have stumbled upon something special when making Sign Language, a single that’s like a time capsule from noughties indie rock with a captivating hook that will be difficult to banish from your mind. The band seem to be going in a bit of a rock […]

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TRACK REVIEW: NEWGIRLS – Beanstalk

Opening up with a riff loud and gnarly enough to melt your face off, NEWGIRLS have definitely made good on that potential they showed on their debut single earlier this year. It’s no surprise that the re-recorded Beanstalk is their most popular track yet as this is punk rock in its purest form, a rollercoaster ride that punches you in the […]

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